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A major documentary following the work of Derbyshire Constabulary returns tonight.
999: Police Hour of Duty takes a real-time look at the work of the force between 9pm and 10pm – showing everything from drugs warrants to domestic incidents and assaults.
The first series of the show, which aired in 2020, topped the channel’s ratings with more than 2 million viewers per episode.
Tonight (20 June) sees the return of the series at 9pm, with another seven episodes set to be shown over the coming weeks. You can catch up on the previous episodes on My5 here.
Chief Constable Rachel Swann said: “The Hour of Duty series gives a fantastic insight into the work done by the officers and staff right across the force.
“This new series has continued where the first left off – showing the reality of the incidents that are dealt with every day, and the hard work that goes into keeping our communities safe."
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